Amy Hastings doesn't do surrender
Setbacks have simply served to fuel resilient distance runner's drive to excel
ike any great athlete, when Amy Hastings gets knocked down, she picks herself right back up. And once she's back on her feet, it's a safe bet that she'll probably out-kick you, too.
Case in point: After finishing fourth at the U.S. Olympic marathon trials in Houston last January, missing a spot on the Olympic team by 71 seconds, Hastings shed some tears, then found strength through her disappointment and quickly put herself back on a fast track to success -- a route which ...
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